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April 11, 2010 by

Adobe Creative Suite 5: the Battle for your Eyeballs

Creative Suite 5, the latest compendium of creative and rich internet software from global creative workflow giant Adobe launches today.The various flavors and editions are comprised of various point products (with 250 new features) familiar to creative professionals, and Adobe as a highly creative company have done their usual stellar job of laying out all the features on their sites.

August 5, 2009 by

A look at On2 Technologies and why Google wants it

It's not very often that Google makes an acquisition and the target inspires a collective "who?" But that's what happened when the search giant bought On2 Technologies, a penny stock trading in obscurity on the American Stock Exchange, for 60 cents a share.

December 3, 2008 by

JavaFX Q&A

To learn more about the technical aspects of today's launch of JavaFX including its support in NetBeans and Eclipse I spoke in depth with Eric Klein, VP of Java Marketing at Sun, and Octavian Tanase, Senior Director of the Java Platform Group. For a more business oriented perspective see the interview with Jonathan Schwartz.

September 3, 2008 by

Chrome and why Gates was right to be paranoid

Google's entrance into the browser wars is more of a reflection of the importance of the browser environment as we undergo a shift to the next generation of Internet application development frameworks. Rich Internet Applications are the future, and Google wants to stake a claim to it.

March 20, 2008 by

Your turn: Readers choose their 10 favorite Windows programs

Two weeks ago, I published a list of my 10 favorite Windows programs of all time. The response was overwhelming and refreshingly enthusiastic. I had a lot of fun following the give and take in the Talkback section, as commenters offered their recommendations and suggestions and opinions. Collectively, you offered an extraordinary number of alternatives – so many good suggestions, in fact, that I’ve gathered the best from that thread and turned them into this follow-up Top 10 list. What do the readers of this blog consider their favorite Windows programs? Read on to find out.

April 5, 2007 by

Is Flash better than Java?

Over the past few years alternatives to Java in and around the browser have been gaining traction, especially Macromedia Flash. Using Flex and ActionScript, you can write sophisticated browser-hosted or desktop interactive business applications. So is it time to toss out your webtop Java code?


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